Thanks to all who participated in the Pentel National Handwriting Day “Heroes Worth Writing For” promotion. We received hundreds of letters from across the country! Each letter was reviewed carefully by managers from various departments at Pentel of America. All letters will be sent to Operation Gratitude who will see that they get to our military overseas. Betsy B. from Virginia was our Grand Prize Winner. Betsy really put her heart and soul into her handwritten letter to the U.S. troops. Her letter was sincere, personal, and even included a bit of humor. It had all the right mix of emotions to make it the winning entry. Congratulations Betsy! You won a $200 Visa Gift Card and $100 in Pentel products. The Runner-Up Winners who will receive a $50 Visa Gift Card and $50 in Pentel products are:
I love fine point pens – in fact, in most situations, the finer, the better! With the advent, in recent years, of gel pens that are 0.3, 0.2, and smaller, I’ve been happy as heck. But sometimes I need to write something that is more visible. And writing on my preferred grid paper, with a pen whose lines are no wider than the grid lines themselves… isn’t precisely what you might call “visible”. At all. The last package of goodies from the folks at Pentel included a shiny black sign pen...
Happy President’s Day weekend! Do you know how many left-handed presidents there have been and can you name them? There’s an EnerGel pen waiting for the first person to correctly name the presidents! Since left-handed people have to place their hand over the paper as they write, the ink has a tendency to smear. That’s why the Pentel EnerGel works so well for left-handed people. Not only does it write smoothly at any angle, it is QUICK-drying so there’s no time for it to smear! Back to the question…what are the names of the left-handed Presidents of the United States. Be the first to comment here and win a pen! Here’s a hint:
Hello Friends! We’re in the middle of Random Acts of Kindness week – February 14-20. Practice some random acts of kindness this week and maybe you’ll get into the habit of doing something nice for someone (for no particular reason) during the year. There’s an artist in London who designs art for cards, books, and magazines among other things. Her name is Heidi Burton, and she posted some Random Acts of Kindness cards that you can use to download, print, and share. Thanks Heidi! Download here.
February 10-17 is NY Fashion Week. While the fashion industry is abuzz about the latest fashions and accessories, Pentel is proud to be at the beginning of the process. Designers have to draw with something, right? We know a few designers -fashion, accessory, and even interior designers who have publicly mentioned their use of the Pentel Sign Pen.